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  • Simone K

    Numero May 2008, Edita Vilkeviciute by Solve Sundsbo, Stripe shadows, yellow lipstick

  • Frances Perkins

    I love this photo because the lip color is not typical which makes it more exotic as well as the shadows resembling stripes of an animal like a tiger. She is like a tiger in the grass with her fingers curled. Dangerous but beautiful. fp

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    Fashion photography using shadows

  • Josie Phillips

    I love the idea of colored lips upon a heavily shadowed model. It adds a different feel to the overall look of the photograph. Gotta love Sølve Sundsbø!

  • Sahar R.Van D

    #skin #paint-on-skin #paint #art #colors #photography #abstract #face #black #white #stripes #yellow #shadow

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